Princeton University hosts international symposium on Climate Change
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Hosted by Canadian Studies at Princeton University, and as is posted on their Facebook event page: "There is a two-day international symposium bringing together activists, journalists, and scholars to discuss impacts on Indigenous communities from the changing climate."
Among the speakers at the event were Indian Country Today editor Mark Trahant who spoke Friday morning at 10:30 am. Trahant appears at about 51:30 into the video.
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Information posted on the Facebook event page:
Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM at the Princeton Public Library: Candis Callison (University of British Columbia, Pathy Distinguished Visitor in Canadian Studies), Deborah McGregor (York University), Tanya Talaga (Journalist), and Kyle Whyte (Michigan State) and in conversation about Indigenous Communities and Climate Change.
Friday, Dec. 7 at 8:30 AM– 6:45 PM in Betts Auditorium: High school students from the Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart who have drafted a recognition of Lenni-Lenape history and home on this land will lead a session discussing their recognition text and participate in the wider conference discussion.
Hosted by Canadian Studies at Princeton University
Organized by Simon Morrison, Director, Fund for Canadian Studies, and Candis Callison, University of British Columbia, Pathy Distinguished Visitor in Canadian Studies.